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Health Law Research: Four Ways to Get Started

Introduction to Health Law. Final update on 9/28/2020. See the Law-Medicine guide for updated information:

Getting Started

There are several ways to get started when you are researching a health law topic. You can search the CWRU and OhioLINK catalogs for books, journals, AV material, and additional resources. You can visit the two CWRU medical libraries in person or consult the resources on their websites. You can access the Health Law Resources Center and practitioner-oriented newsletters at Bloomberg BNA. Finally, you can search an index of medical journals, PubMed (aka Medline), while also accessing many of the referenced article citations via the full-text journals to which the CWRU libraries subscribe.